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Key policy considerations for reducing public consumption of vice products

Fitness & Health: Researchers from University of British Columbia, Emory University, and New York University published a new paper in…

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Study shows tanning bed ban would reduce skin cancer rates in minors and cut healthcare costs

Fitness & Health: A recent study indicates that a U.S. ban on the use of tanning beds among minors would…

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Food industry lobbying was intense on failed bill to limit marketing to Canadian children

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Doctoral student Christine Mulligan view more  Credit: Christine Mulligan, courtesy of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto Researchers…

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Aging-US: Adiposity & Muscle Function: a community-based cross-sectional study

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Flowchart of the sample selection in the study. view more  Credit: Correspondence to: Wei-Shiung Yang email: [email protected]

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Vision impairment is associated with mortality

Fitness & Health: The global population is aging, and so are their eyes. In fact, the number of people with…

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Why COVID-19 vaccine distribution methods fall short and 3 ways to improve them

Fitness & Health: BINGHAMTON, NY – Several proposals have emerged on how to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine, but they fall…

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Ancestry estimation perpetuates racism, white supremacy

Fitness & Health: BINGHAMTON, NY — Ancestry estimation — a method used by forensic anthropologists to determine ancestral origin by…

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Call to action for research ethics in the time of COVID-19 and BLM

Fitness & Health: Several University of Illinois Chicago faculty members have addressed the issue of how to ethically conduct research…

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The Lancet: USA failing to reach populations most in need of HIV prevention and treatment services as epidemic grows in the South and rural areas

Fitness & Health: People who are racial, sexual, and gender minorities continue to be affected by HIV at significantly higher…

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The Lancet Public Health: Survey taken after France’s first COVID-19 wave indicates almost one-third of working-age people could reject a vaccine

Fitness & Health: Around one in three working-age adults (29%) surveyed in France in July 2020 would refuse any COVID-19…

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